St Paul’s Lutheran Primary School will be supplying the materials for classroom use in 2020. We will be packing each year levels’ book packs and having them available for collection in Week 9 Term 4 2019 or in the week prior to the students starting back at school in 2020. We believe this is an efficient way to source the materials and have them available for the students as they commence their school year in 2020.
All payments are to be paid directly to the school.
Online payments are preferred and can be made via the Xplor portal at the following link: stpaulslps.xportal.myxplor.com, by Thursday 21 November 2019.
There will be no home delivery of book packs. The book packs can be collected from the Multi-Purpose building at St Paul’s Lutheran Primary School on the following dates:
. Monday 2nd, Tuesday 3rd or Wednesday 4th December 2019 between 8:30am – 9:30am or 2:30pm – 3:30pm.
. Tuesday 21st, Wednesday 22nd or Thursday 23rd January 2020 between 10:00am – 2:00pm.
. Instruction information will be included in all book packs.
. Book pack contents list will be included in all book packs.
Book Pack Information & Instructions
Families who have at least one child at both St Paul’s Lutheran Primary School and Grace Lutheran College Caboolture will receive a Family Loyalty Discount.
Families will receive a total discount of $1,000 each year comprising of $250 off the eldest child’s school fees at St Paul’s and $750 off the eldest child’s school fees at Grace College. This deduction is in addition of the normal sibling discount provided by each school.
For more information please contact either school office by calling St Paul’s Lutheran Primary School on 07 5495 5899 or Grace College on 07 5495 2444.
St Paul's is equipping its students with skills required to successfully navigate their futures with the responsible use of technology. In 2010 we implemented the integration of the one to one iPad program into the curriculum for Prep to Year 6.
From Year 1 to Year 6 this is a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program. Following are the purchasing requirements for students transitioning to Year 1 and for new students enrolling in Year 1 to Year 6.
Please be aware that we can no longer accept/setup older iPads running IOS 10 or below (including IOS 9.3.5). Unfortunately, some frequently used class apps (i.e. Microsoft Word / PowerPoint) can no longer be updated or downloaded on older devices.
Current acceptable models (minimum 32gb) include:
Apple iPad 10.2 (7th generation)
Apple iPad 9.7” (5th& 6th generation)
Apple iPad Pro (all models)
Apple Air Series (NB: 2013 - 1st edition will not support IOS 13+)
Apple iPad Mini 2/3 (Note will not support IOS 13+)
Apple iPad Mini 4+
Please bring your iPad to the School Office or to the Classroom Teacher, by:
- Year 1: Week 5 Term 1.
- Years 2-6 (new students): From Week 1 Term 1.
iPads should be clearly named and in a suitable protective case (i.e. Survivor Case or similar). If you have activated your iPad please advise us of your set passcode.
What happens during the setup process?
- iPads are linked to our MDM (mobile device management) software, to enable us to send apps and other information.
- A school Apple ID/iCloud account is created EXCEPT where there is a home account already present. Please note: Students are not given or required to know school Apple ID passwords. If parents wish to disclose this information, they may do so at their discretion. Credit cards should not be linked to school Apple accounts.
- A student email account will be assigned.
- iPads will be connected to the school Wifi.
- New iPads will be assigned a generic ‘passcode’ (to get on to device).
- Basic restrictions will be enabled. Parents are welcome to adapt restrictions to suit device user.
- iPads will be returned to class after setup.
- Setup details will be sent home in a sealed envelope via student (unless otherwise organised).
If you have any questions, please contact the school: or email the iPad Teacher Assistant at email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click on the links below to read the St Paul's Lutheran Primary School policies on Privacy, Child Protection, Behaviour Management, Workplace Health & Safety and also the current version of the Parent Handbooks, both for St Paul's Lutheran Primary School and St Paul's Lutheran Kindergarten.
By downloading our App families are able to keep up-to-date with events, report absentee students, make payments and access quick links to obtain further school information.
This app will give parents and friends the opportunity to be kept informed of the College's activities through notifications, events, photos and newsletters. Download the St Paul's school app today to receive up-to-date news and information.
Introducing the LLL
LLL Australia is a charitable financial institution which provides savings accounts and has been trusted since 1921.
The LLL prides itself on providing savings accounts that are simple and fee free, with a great interest rate. The LLL has a variety of savings accounts: personal and joint accounts; guardian accounts for children; and Business accounts, including self-managed super funds and not-for-profit organisations.
LLL Savings Accounts have many features, including:
- A great interest rate
- No fees or charges at all
- Internet banking
- No minimum balance or deposit requirements
- No ‘bonus’ interest hurdles
- Your money is available to withdraw at any time.
Using an LLL Savings Account is an easy method of saving for a goal or target.
As an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI), the LLL is regulated under the Banking Act and by APRA. The LLL is the only charitable ADI in Australia and is a great ethical alternative to the major banks. The LLL has been supporting the Lutheran Church of Australia’s (LCA) community (including Lutheran Schools) for nearly 100 years.
The LLL provides loans to approved LCA projects, such as upgrades to Lutheran schools, churches and care facilities, with surpluses assisting the LCA in its mission.
We welcome you to get to know us more at www.lll.org.au
The concept of Matching Deposits is a unique facility offered by the LLL and provides an ingenious way to support a particular project within the LCA, such as Lutheran School projects. Approved LCA projects are able to borrow funds from the LLL to the total amount of Matching Deposits at a competitive interest rate.
Any LLL Savings Account can be a Matching Deposit to support an LCA project loan and it does not change the financial status of your LLL account. You can make deposits and withdrawals as usual and the account still earns a great rate of interest. An LLL Matching Deposit does not act like an off-set account.
Ask your Principal or Business Manager about how LLL Matching Deposits benefit your school.
The school term dates for 2018 are:
Staff: Monday 15 January - Friday 29 March 2018
Students: Monday 22 January - Wednesday 28 March 2018 (Student Free Day: Thursday 29 March)
Staff: Tuesday 17 April - Friday 29 June 2018
Students: Wednesday 18 April - Thursday 28 June 2018 (Student Free Days: Tuesday 17 April, Friday 29 June)
Staff: Monday 16 July - Friday 21 September 2018
Students: Monday 16 July - Friday 21 September 2018 (EKKA Holiday: Monday 13 August Holiday)
Staff: Monday 8 October - Friday 7 December 2018
Students: Monday 8 October - Wednesday 5 December (Student Free Days: Monday 22 October, Friday 23 November, Thursday 6 December, Friday 7 December 2018)
ONLINE ORDERING IS AVAILABLE - Please register at https://www.flexischools.com.au
With the support of volunteers, St Paul's Lutheran Primary School provides tuckshop three times a week on a Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. The tuckshop relies on the assistance of parent volunteers to operate, all assistance is welcome and appreciated. The school adopts the spirit of the Healthy Schools Program by offering a good range of healthy food for student lunches and recess. Ordering via the cashless online system, flexischools, is preferred, however, there is a smaller range of items which can be ordered in the morning prior to school at the tuckshop. Please click on the link below for the most recent Tuckshop Menu.
All uniforms and approved socks, hair accessories, homework bags, hats, and bags can be purchased at the school uniform shop. Uniforms can be ordered online via Flexischools https://www.flexischools.com.au/ and have the items delivered to the classroom on a Wednesday or Friday. In addition, Credit card payment can be made via phone or at the office or in the uniform shop.
There is also a limited supply of second-hand uniforms available for sale.
The uniform shop is located in Block 1, the building to the left after the Administration building. The normal hours of operation are as follows:
Wednesday 8.00 a.m. to 9.00 a.m and 2.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. & Friday 8.00 a.m. to 9.00 a.m.
A current Uniform Shop Prices is available from the office along with the Uniform Code and Second-Hand Uniform Policy statements.
For further information, please read through our Uniform Policy and Parent Handbook.